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Skills and career development

Reactivate is developing partnerships with various organisations offering on-line courses. Courses regard our candidates’ soft skills, language skills as well as technical training on some specific issues related to the economic sectors in which Reactivate operates.

 

MOOCs/Free on-lines courses for all our candidates

Thanks to our collaboration with FutureLearn you can access all their on-line courses. If the course is coherent with your profile and Reactivate objectives, we will pay for the up-grade!

Check FutureLearn courses, choose the courses you consider useful to strengthen your profile and contact us.

 

Here some a small selection of courses currently on-line or starting soon which could interest you:

How to succeed at writing an application: this three weeks course will help you produce a perfect CV, application and online profile when applying for a job. It started on the 19th of June. 

How to succeed at interviews: this three weeks course offers tools to help you prepare an interview in English. It started on the 10th of July. 

English for the Workplace: this course will help you with the language you need to find a job and successfully function in the workplace. It started on the 10th of July. 

Becoming career smart: how to sell yourself: this course will help you identify your strengths and weaknesses, recognise the skills and capabilities you have built during your life and career, and support you if you want to change job. It started on the 10th of July.

Contact us: your adviser will present the various possibilities and support you in choosing the best skill and career development path.

 

And if you are interested in on-line tools developed in other European languages, you can have a look at:

  • Emploi Store, a tool developed by Pole employ in French, giving many information and tips on how to choose a profession, prepare a candidature, find a job, etc.
  • various Platforms linked to Italian universities offering MOOCs in Italian, among which Polimi Open Knowledge (it has a specific programme called “from University to job” which aims at strengthening and enhancing your soft skills to smooth your step into the job scene), Eduopen, EMMA and Coursera.
  • edX, founded by Harvard University and MIT in 2012, providing MOOCs in English and Spanish.

 

Language courses

Improving your language skill often represents one of the necessary steps to prepare yourself to move abroad for a job.

We are presenting here two language schools offering on-line courses with whom we are currently collaborating. Our candidates pre-selected for a specific vacancy can request to attend a free English or German on-line course. Contact us for more information.

 

Fluentify

Fluentify is an e-learning platform designed to help students and professionals to improve their English skills and fluency. Thanks to their built-in video conferencing platform, users can connect with carefully selected native English teachers and learn English whenever they want.

Non preselected Reactivate jobseekers (who cannot receive a free course) can still benefit from a discount to attend their on-line courses.

 

LanguageLab

LanguageLab is a language school offering both face-to-face (in Rome, Italy) and on-line German courses. It has, moreover, a strong experience in preparing health sector professionals for the TELC certification.

 

Interested in other languages?

You will find here some suggestions about current free on-line courses.

FutureLearn offers courses to acquire a basic knowledge of various languages, as well as information about local cultures, such as:

The Swedish Institute had developed a free online course in Swedish for beginners: The course gives basic spoken and written knowledge of the Swedish language, as well as insights into Swedish culture and society.

 

Contact us for more information

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